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All About Asters
Hardy, heat- and drought-tolerant plants. Read article
Fast Food Garden - Hot Dog
Fast food, from your garden. Read article
Earliest Spring Blooming Bulbs
Satisfaction in being first on your block with beautiful blooms. Read article
Fast Food Garden - Pizza with Leeks
Fast food, from your garden. Read article
Stuffed Cupcake Squash Recipe
 For 2015 Burpee introduced ‘Cupcake’, a hybrid squash that is shaped like a cupcake. Read article
Best Direct-Sow Seeds

Some gardeners are a little intimidated by the thought of starting plants from seeds indoors under lights. But that doesn’t mean they can’t grow their own plants from seed.

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All About Eggplants

Wait until night temperatures are consistently in the 60's before setting out eggplant transplants.

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All About Asparagus

Asparagus plants will grow well in virtually all areas of the US and lower Canada, except where there is extreme summer heat.

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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • Before digging out all the half-used seed packets saved from last year, keep the following in mind.

    Seed is a perishable product and loses viability over time. The seed that spouted so well last year and filled your garden with colorful blooms and a bountiful harvest, may not perform so well this year.

    The germination rate will be lower, requiring time and money to add fresh seed to fill in gaps in rows. In addition, the vitality of the seedlings may not be as vigorous as those that germinate from fresh seed.

    Your time is valuable and your garden an investment. That is why we suggest using fresh seed each year.